Felicia Tan, GM, HR, Fuji Xerox Malaysia, affirms that as tech automates routine tasks, human intelligence becomes more important. 
Chandra Asri Petrochemical Tbk is leaving no stone unturned to nurture its human capital for a new digital world, as Lenny Woen, HR Strategy & Management General Manager, shares.
Rina Sarif, GM Talent Acquisition – COE, Group HR, TNB, affirms that HR leaders must use this time to restore confidence, and motivate their organisations.
Max Thum noted that HR leaders will be at forefront of this digital push in many organisations.
With robotics being a big part of IR 4.0, scientists are using AI techniques of automated planning and reinforcement learning to train robots better.

According to the Global Leadership Forecast 2018, data savvy companies have gained a competitive edge over their peers on the strength of culture, future vision, experimental mindset and agility.

While employees see the benefits of automation and AI, many also have their concerns including the loss of jobs.